Have you ever felt suicidal or know someone who has attempted/committed suicide?
Did you know that there are over 800 000 people that die from suicide every year. According to the World Health
Organization Suicide is the second leading cause of death among 15-29 year olds.
Do you know what to do if someone is suicidal?
Lifeline Johannesburg in collaboration with Safe Talk is hosting a suicide prevention workshop.
Lorraine Mitchell (Managing Director of Suicide Survivors) facilitates the Safe Care Workshop and passionately advocates for suicide awareness, care and prevention.
The workshop features:
- Powerful audiovisual learning aids
- How to identify signs of suicide
- What to say to someone who is suicidal
- How to support and contain a person who is at risk of suicide
- Empowering tools to help you identify the warning signs in someone who is suicidal and how to access resources
This workshop is not only aimed at doctors, teachers, caregivers, parents, students and therapists but the community at large.
“Prevention of suicide is a journey we should all take”
When: 12 November 2016
9am – 1pm (Saturday option)
When: 17 November 2016
6pm-10pm (Thursday night)
Where: LifeLine Johannesburg
No. 2 the Avenue corner Henrietta Road
Cost: R300 per person
Lifeline volunteers receive a discounted rate of R220
CPD: 4 points + all course materials
Lifeline Johannesburg Banking Details:
Bank: Standard Bank
Branch: Norwood Mall
Account No. 201 624 869
Branch code: 004105
Reference: Your name + Safe Talk ...